To obtain the latest Master Guide Specifications for use with the SpecsIntact software, use the links on the left. If you have questions about the content of any Master, they should be directed to the appropriate Agency Contact.
SpecsIntact and the Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS) Master continues to adopt the latest MasterFormat™ updates. To learn more about MasterFormat visit the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) web site.
The Unified Facility Guide Specifications (UFGS) Master released February 2012 contained five Sections with problems related to Formatted Tables. When editing users will sometimes receive a "Corrupt Stack Entry" error.
Links to Military Departments of Defense Agencies (Army and Navy) information.
Listing of Changes made to the Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS) since the last update.
Historical List of Revisions made to the Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS) from April 2006 to present.
This list contains all the references used in the Master specifications of USACE, NAVFAC and NASA. It is maintained by the Information Handling Services (IHS). This link connects you to the list, which is hosted on the USACE TECHINFO web site. SpecsIntact also includes the latest Unified Master Reference List (UMRL), the same reference list distributed with the UFGS Master as the master.ref file. By default, the SpecsIntact Editor will now use the UMRL for reference checking and updating.
Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) documents provide planning, design, construction, sustainment, restoration, and modernization criteria, and apply to the Military Departments, the Defense Agencies, and the DoD Field Activities.
Transmittal of Shop Drawings, etc. (from ER-415-1-10)
Use the MasterFormat™ Transition Guides conversion utility ("Convert My Number") for taking the old 5-digit numbers into the Newer MasterFormat™ Numbers.
|Unified Facility Guide Specifications (UFGS)|
|U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Districts|
|CEHNC (Huntsville)||01||CENWO (Omaha)||24|
|CELRB (Buffalo)||02||CENWP (Portland)||25|
|CELRE (Detroit)||04||CENWS (Seattle)||27|
|CELRH (Huntington)||05||CENWW (Walla Walla)||28|
|CELRL (Louisville)||06||CEPOA (Alaska)||29|
|CELRL-PM-R (Army Reserve)||48||CEPOF (Far East)||31|
|CELRN (Nashville)||07||CEPOH (Honolulu)||32|
|CELRP (Pittsburgh)||08||CEPOJ (Japan)||33|
|CEMVK (Vicksburg)||09||CESAC (Charleston)||34|
|CEMVM (Memphis)||11||CESAJ (Jacksonville)||35|
|CEMVN (New Orleans)||12||CESAM (Mobile)||36|
|CEMVP (St. Paul)||13||CESAS (Savannah)||37|
|CEMVR (Rock Island)||14||CESAW (Wilmington)||38|
|CEMVS (St. Louis)||15||CESPA (Albuquerque)||39|
|CENAB (Baltimore)||16||CESPK (Sacramento)||41|
|CENAE (New England)||17||CESPL (Los Angeles)||42|
|CENAN (New York)||18||CESPN (San Francisco)||43|
|CENAO (Norfolk)||19||CESWF (Fort Worth)||44|
|CENAP (Philadelphia)||21||CESWG (Galveston)||45|
|CENAU (Europe)||22||CESWL (Little Rock)||46|
|CENWK (Kansas City)||23||CESWT (Tulsa)||47|
|Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)|